Social Security Disability & Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

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SSA/SSI and Debt Collection

Questions about debt and Social Security Checks.

Social Security Disability & SSI - Hearings

Information about hearings in Social Security Disability or SSI cases. (An excerpt from the Social Security Disability and SSI booklet.)

Social Security Administration

Information about all SSA programs, including access to online services and office locations.

Social Security and SSI Overpayments

Information about overpayments in Social Security & SSI cases.

Social Security - A 'Snapshot'

A factsheet with information about the most important features of the Social Security, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicare programs.

Social Security Disability and SSI

A booklet that provides information about applying for Social Security Disability and SSI benefits, disability hearings, and overpayments.

Social Security Disability Programs

Information about Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income, including Social Security's definition of disability, and the application process.

Social Security Disability & SSI - Applying for Benefits

Information about applying for Social Security Disability and SSI benefits. (An excerpt from the Social Security Disability and SSI booklet.)

Social Security Disability & SSI - If You are Denied Benefits

Information about asking for a reconsideration or a hearing if you are denied SSD or SSI benefits. (An excerpt from the Social Security Disability and SSI booklet.)

SSA/SSI and Debt Collection

Questions about debt and Social Security Checks.

Benefits for Children With Disabilities (Social Security)

This booklet is written for the parents and caregivers of children with disabilities and adults disabled since childhood. It describes the kinds of Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits a child with a disability might be eligible for and explains how they evaluate disability claims for children.

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